Many-Strings performs their "Roots of American Folk Music" house concert at Mission Trails Regional Park. Music shared began with Renaissance melodies, sampled early classical music, the music of the British Isles and Ireland, and concluded with traditional and contemporary American folk instrumentals.Click here to view
Thank you Mits, Chuck, Chris, John and Jay for making this concert possible.
Also, a really big "Thank you!" to the very kind woman in the front row for her excellent camera work.
Thank you Dan for inviting us to play for your Summer Open House Gallery Nights. Your art, the art of your guest artists, and your delicious food and beverage creations made each and every night an absolute delight. And your visitors were wonderful. Thank you!Click here to view
A few musical notes before our final day of hiking around Zion National Park.Click here to view
A few notes from our concert at the San Diego History Center Gallery, Balboa Park. Many-Strings: hammered dulcimer and guitar.Click here to view
A few Celtic notes from our Celtic Music celebration for the Point Loma LibraryClick here to view
Many-Strings enjoyed sharing music for the San Diego History Center's celebration of San Diego's birthday. Thank you Gabe!Click here to view
Many-Strings enjoyed a wonderful two-day gig at the Ragged Point Inn and Resort in southern Big Sur. Thank you Linda for the opportunity. The BBQ, espresso bar, and ice cream were fabulous, and we enjoyed your international collection of tourists. A very fun gig indeed!Click here to view
Beautiful hammered dulcimer and guitar melodies for Spanish Village...on a gorgeous day, Summer 2012. Many-Strings.Click here to view
Many-Strings shares a contemporary melody and a traditional Irish tune..Click here to view
We were honored with a request to perform for Dr. Munk's 98th birthday, at his beautiful outdoor stage overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Dr. Munk is a UCSD professor emeritus, Oceanography. His research has led to a better understanding of the Moon's position and its effect on the Earth's oceans, the science of tides, waves and sound in the ocean, and much more. Thank you very much for the honor!Click here to view
Many-Strings had the pleasure of performing this summer in the Big Sur Lodge, a very beautiful venue. Thank you very much Rene for the gig and your kindness and generosity. We hope to return sometime soon.Click here to view
A few moments from a busy Sunday gig at Point Loma's public market...with Noah, Oliver and Sophia et al in attendance.Click here to view
Jamie (hammered dulcimer) and Chris (guitar) presented a program that sampled and celebrated the roots of American Folk music. This video samples that program, which included medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque music. Also music from the British Isles. It concluded with traditional and contemporary folk tunes. The Serra Museum is located in Old Town, San Diego, CA.Click here to view
Thank you Becky and Lori for hosting us in your wonderful and totally delicious Upper Crust Bakery.Click here to view
Many-Strings entertains our Chico family and a lot of other folks at The Tin Roof in Chico, CA. Jamie on hammered dulcimer, Chris on guitar.Click here to view
In August 2013 Many Strings was honored by an invitation from Gary and Emma Koeppel to perform at their beautiful Coast Gallery. We have enjoyed this artistic center for decades and playing there was especially fabulous.
Jamie (hammered dulcimer) looked out on the blue Pacific while I looked at the gorgeous redwoods.
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Classical notes in the mountains. Lake Arrowhead Jan. 2014. Thank you Jim, Julie and the Turners.Click here to view
Many-Strings performs for San Diego's beautiful Mission Trails Park. Thank you Mits, Chuck and Jay for the opportunity and support. We had a great time.Click here to view
Magnus and Sarah honored us with an invitation to play a few sets at the Henry Miller Library. This is a wonderful venue that celebrates the work of Henry Miller, Big Sur, and thoughtful reflection. Thank you!Click here to view
Jamie: hammered dulcimer, Chris: guitar. Many Strings, San Diego, CA.
A slide show of a few of our musical experiences, including Many-Strings (hammered dulcimer and guitar duo), and our "History Through Music" and Classical Music Presentations.Click here to view
Many-Strings, San Diego, CA.
A few notes from a four hour set in Spanish Village. Thank you Linda for the camera work!Click here to view
Celtic music, including the harp music of Turlough O'Carolan, arranged for the hammered dulcimer with guitar accompaniment. San Diego History Center, San Diego, CA.Click here to view
Festive and seasonal melodies for Balboa Park's Spanish Village celebration of the holidays. Jamie: hammered dulcimer, Chris guitar, Many Strings, San Diego, CA.Click here to view
A few of the holiday tunes that we enjoyed sharing during our December Notes concert at Mission Trails Regional Park. This is a park that inspires us to pad down many wonderful paths, and play beautiful music.Click here to view
Solo notes from Jamie's hammered dulcimer. Many Strings, San Diego, CA.Click here to view
Jamie and her hammered dulcimer provide a few notes for our favorite Palm Canyon campsite that was washed away during a summer flash-flood.Click here to view
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Many-Strings provides music for the San Diego History Center Art Gallery.Click here to view
Jamie: hammered dulcimer, Chris: guitars
A beautiful day in San Diego's Balboa Park's Artist Village. Jamie on hammered dulcimer, Chris on guitar.Click here to view
Selections include "Music for a Found Harmonium" (Irish), "Y Dydd" (Welsh) and other instrumentals. Jamie: hammered dulcimer, Chris: guitarClick here to view
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A few moments from a concert at the Point Loma library, March 4th' 2015. Thank you OASIS and Christina at the Point Loma Library for a wonderful afternoon.Click here to view
Many-Strings sharing beautiful acoustic hammered dulcimer and guitar music in Balboa Park's Spanish Village on a sunny August 31, 2012 afternoon. Many Strings, San Diego, CA.Click here to view